SoulCycle opening its first studio in the Southeast in Miami’s Brickell area

 

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SoulCycle, the New York-based fitness studio that offers indoor cycling, will open its first location in the Southeast in Miami in the fall of 2016.

SoulCycle will occupy a street-level, 3,500 square-foot space at Brickell Heights, a new condo project being developed by the Related Group. The 690-unit tower, at 850 South Miami Ave., will also feature a three-story, flagship Equinox fitness center, Related said.

Brickell Heights is next to the $1 billion, 2 million square-foot mixed-use development Brickell City Centre, which will feature 500,000 square feet of luxury retail, cinemas, two residential towers and a hotel.

SoulCycle currently has 26 studios in five states: New York, New Jersey, California, Connecticut and Massachusetts.

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